The Dutch transport minister has now circulated a reworked position paper international rail passenger transport to Commissioners Vălean and Timmermans. Please see attached. The draft of this paper was first time presented and discussed in Holland on a conference on 15 November It looks like
The Green Deal for Europe should, among other elements, reduce aviation (which is harmful to the climate) and promote alternatives. The activist network Back-on-Track has pointed out five areas of priority, where improvements are needed to get cross-border long-distance trains in shape to provide alternatives
It has been a political and popular demand that Sweden as soon as possible can re-introduce night trains from Sweden to the continental Europe (read: Germany). The (draft) report from “Trafikverket” dated 15.1. 2020 will now lead to comments from all walks of life, but
The European network „Back on Track“ which since 2014 has been promoting night train and other cross-border trains in Europe, welcomes Deutsche Bahn choosing „Back on Track“ as slogan for their support for the Greentech festival 2020. We have several proposals and demands which should
In Belgium, the political world seems to have sized the stakes of recreating an international rail transport from Belgium, with the reintegration of night train services. 6 members of the Belgian House of Representatives have submitted a proposal for a resolution going in that direction.
(1) Four German members of European Parliament have started a petition, please help them! Find the petition here! (2) Also Euer Knuth from Berlin has started a petition with an appeal to German Railways, DB. Support him too! (3) Another night train petition, this time
Night trains are in greater demand than they have been for a long time. If you want to increase the network from Switzerland, you must cooperate with SBB. That’s what Pro Bahn does. This is coming from a Pro Bahn CH article. The essentials in
From January 2020, the Nightjet will on Sundays and Wednesdays run from Vienna (08:38 p.m.) and Innsbruck (08:44 p.m.) to Brussels. After Cologne, the train stops in Aachen, Liège and Brussels. The scheduled arrival time in Brussels-Nord is 10:45 a.m. and in Brussels-Midi 10:55 a.m..
Did you miss the conference, here is a chance to catch up the introductions. Notice, that questions, answers and debate is not reported after agreement with the speakers and audience. >> Go to the Back-on-Track YouTube channel and selects what you want to see.
Deutsche Bahn examines a comeback of night trains BREAKING NEWS: Deutsche Bahn is considering operating night trains again together with ÖBB. The number of passengers has developed positively and there is demand on the market. Read the full article by Christian Schlesiger in WirtschaftsWoche .